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‘Dance Moms’ drama ratings gold? Kelly Hyland arrest, Abby Lee Miller bankruptcy

‘Dance Moms’ drama in January spurred by BK freedom and Kelly Hyland arrest
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Dance Moms” fans have seen plenty of drama going on at the Abby Lee Dance Company and none of it has played out on television. Apparently not having the cameras rolling isn’t a bad thing at the moment as the viewers who stopped watching are once again interested in what is happening with the reality show. According to the International Business Times on Monday, the Lifetime reality series star Abby Lee Miller had filed for bankruptcy to save her dance company and has emerged from bankruptcy after three years of hard work paying off creditors.

According to TMZ Abby was recently discharged from bankruptcy after paying all bills in full, thanks to the show's success during the last two years. It seems tiger-mom styled drama is good for the bankroll.

While the everyday news might not be a big deal if it was a restaurant down the street, but this is reality TV and the cat fights can remind fans to tune in. Yes, even bad news is good news for rating in Hollywood. Last week the show captured more headlines with the alleged Kelly Hyland arrest. The “Dance Moms” star reportedly has not been officially charged, but that didn’t matter as the fans heard about the alleged incident almost immediately on social media.

Of course the strange thing about the drama from “Dance Moms” is that it has come up suddenly. Which has some fans wondering if this is ratings gold as once again the reality show is creating interest and reminding people to watch!

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